Several more snow events are lined up through the end of the month.
In this week’s Weather Wise, the naming of winter storms is very different than the naming of tropical systems.
Winter has returned with a vengeance as snow and cold have spread back across Big Sky Country.
Thursday’s snow was just the tip of the iceberg, as a series of storms will produce snow and wind through the holiday weekend and into next week.
Here’s a map of potential snowfall through the weekend into Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. It’s a holiday weekend for most people, a
There is a potential of five snow events for Montana from Thursday through the end of the month.
Snow in Montana creates numerous outdoor recreation activities that generate precious revenue. And when there’s a lean winter, businesses feel that in their pocket.
While the first half of January has been fairly dry and mild, a little reality check is on the way. High pressure that made for
Last year on this day, temperatures were 40-50 degrees colder than today’s highs.
A warmer airmass moved into the state on Wednesday with high temperatures of 55 in Lewistown, 54 in Great Falls and Choteau, and 49 in Cut Bank.
Although across much of Montana it feels like snow is below average, the mountains are doing fairly well. Montana’s river basins range from 80% to
Snow, wind, reduced visibility, cold…what is this, January? This winter doesn’t hold a candle to last winter when this Monday felt like the average day last year.
Holy Cow! Incredibly, wind gusts as high as 103mph have occurred recently in Montana. Most of the state has had a very, very windy week.
A HIGH WIND WARNING continues for north-central Montana east of the Rocky Mountain Front through Friday afternoon for sustained wind between 30-50mph and gusts up
A HIGH WIND WARNING continues for the Rocky Mountain Front and north-central Montana into Friday. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for northwest Montana